1992 Olympic Silver Dollar - Gem Uncirculated
- Obverse shows an image of a baseball player mid-pitch. The image is extremely similar to one that appears on a 1991 Fleer baseball card showcasing All-Star pitcher Nolan Ryan. The coin's designer, John R. Deecken, denies there is any connection between the two images. Also featured on the obverse are the words "Liberty," "In God We Trust," the letters "USA" above the Olympic rings and the coin's year of production (1992).
- The reverse features the Union Shield with olive branches and the Olympic rings surrounding it. Also found on the reverse are the inscriptions "United States of America," "USA," "E Pluribus Unum," and "One Dollar."
- Comes complete with its box and certificate of authenticity.